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LOO P.F.A. van de Forgeries of Netherlands stamps and former colonies.
LOO P.F.A. van de Forgeries of Netherlands stamps and former colonies.

Netherlands Philatelic Society of Chicago (1982)
1st English ed., fine in card covers.
Detailed well illustrated study.
£35.00


VAN DIETEN J.L. Catalogus van de proeven - van Nederland, Ned. Indie, Curacao, Suriname.
VAN DIETEN J.L. Catalogus van de proeven - van Nederland, Ned. Indie, Curacao, Suriname.

Den Haag (1966)
199pp. 1st ed., two small National PS h/s's otherwise fine in original 4 ring binder.
Detailed well illustrated listing of all known proofs of stamp issues.
£25.00


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1946 Suriname cover to Saba with 17c franking. Willemstad and Saba backstamps. Sent by airmail to Curacao and onwards by sea.
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HEUVEL, Eric and MOK Ineke Quaco. Leven in slavernij. Zutphen, Walburg Pers 2015 64pp. Fine in card covers. Cartoon strip story. Quaco was a boy when he was kidnapped and sold to the captain of a slave ship. He landed in Paramaribo on the estate of the wealthy plantation owner and administrator Walter Kennedy. Quaco became Kennedy's footboy and was later 'lent' to the army captain John Gabriel Stedman, whose task was to hunt down runaway slaves.
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